Wolverine Human Services 30th Anniversary Awards

On March 31, the Wolverine Human Services celebrated its 30th Anniversary Awards and Scholarship Banquet at the Detroit Athletic Club. Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour and seated dinner before the ceremony honoring founder Robert Wollack. Wolverine Human Services is the only child-welfare agency in the state of Michigan that provides a full continuum of care, with over 450 youth residing in its facilities on a daily basis.


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Sing Out 4 Kids 2017

On March 31, Far Therapeutic Arts and Recreation hosted its annual Sing Out 4 Kids benefit at the Community House in Birmingham. The evening featured local celebrities singing their favorite karaoke songs, Steve Acho on the piano, and silent and live auctions. Proceeds benefited the nonprofit, which provides education and therapeutic opportunities for those with special needs through the arts.

Canines and Couture 2017

On April 9, Detroit Dog Rescue hosted its annual fashion show fundraising event, Canines and Couture, at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. The event featured dogs ready for adoption walking the runway with local personalities. Guests enjoyed a cocktail and dessert reception following the runway show. Local celebrity appearances included WXYZ 7 Action News’ Kimberly Craig, WDVD 96.3’s Blain Fowler, and Fox 2 News Detroit’s Amy Lange and Erika Erikson. Proceeds benefited DDR, Detroit's first no-kill shelter.

Restaurant of the Year Party 2017

On March 27, Hour Detroit magazine held a special celebration at Bistro 82, the Royal Oak establishment that won the Restaurant of the Year distinction for 2017.

Cirque 2017

On March 25, the Founders Junior Council for the DIA celebrated its annual masquerade event at the DIA, Cirque. During the sold-out, formal event, guests enjoyed a mythological-themed drinks and dancing, pulling inspiration from from all over the world. Proceeds benefited the DIA.

NEXTGen Detroit 2017

On March 4, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit hosted its 2017 NEXTGen Detroit Epic event at the Fillmore in Detroit. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and standup comedy from Curb Your Enthusiasm’s JB Smooth. Proceeds benefited the organization and the needs of the Jewish people, building a vibrant future in Detroit.
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